I’m a Ph.D. in Complex Systems for Life Sciences, passionate about modeling and applying new methods and mathematics to real-world problems.
During high school, I conducted analysis on cosmic rays data at the Swiss National Supercomputing Centre.
As part of my bachelor thesis at CERN, I implemented a new framework to monitor revelators and attended the inverted CERN School of Computing. At the Master’s level, I focused on modeling TGCA’s cancer data using network theory, exploring correlations between linguistics, genomics, and various fields of study. During my Ph.D., I developed and studied tools for applying Natural Language Processing in biology and actively contributed to the open-source community.
I am currently working on Machine Learning methods for cancer research.
I am proud to serve as the Chief Technology Officer at Elemento Modular Cloud, a company dedicated to simplifying access to the awesome cloud technology for everyone.
With a passion for innovation and a drive to make a difference, I am committed to pushing the boundaries in the field of complex systems, data analysis, and cloud technology.